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Transition Planning To Retain Social Skills Over Holiday Breaks

The first few times any college student comes home for a Holiday break, parents might not observe any obvious social growth. This is not unusual. The family home is typically a safe zone. Young...

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Meet CIP Berkeley Student, Harper: She's Rocking It!

Harper is one of the many students that takes full advantage of the career services provided to students at CIP. Her amicable yet vivacious personality permits her to go to great lengths to attain...

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The Hunt for a Paid Job When You Are on the Autism Spectrum

By Janell Yonkman, MS, OTR CIP Bloomington and CIP Student Andrew McKearin

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CIP Featured in Global Insights International School Magazine

Shared with permission by Global Insights Magazine, part of the Educational Collaborative of International Schools.
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In the News: Bloomington Program Helps Young Adults Pursue Academic Goals

Indiana Public Media produced a spotlight on CIP Bloomington's comprehensive transition program for young adults with autism, ADHD, and other learning differences. The story highlights Keely and...

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In Pursuit of Growth: Words from a CIP Student

The College Internship Program has helped many a student make the transition from dependent living to living a life of their own, and I am proud to be a current student. When I first made the...

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CIP Bloomington Moves to New Location

To meet our unique and growing needs, CIP Bloomington will be relocating in the summer of 2019 to a newly designed center located in the heart of downtown Bloomington, Indiana.

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Achieving Success in College; Strategies for Students on the Autism Spectrum

When students with autism and learning differences start college, they are considered adults for everything except residency and tuition. Since they are no longer high school students, they are...

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Strategies for Increasing Social Networking and Job Readiness for Individuals with ASD Through Community Engagement

In the past, opportunities for higher education and exciting career paths within a supportive and safe environment were few and far between for individuals with ASD.

These challenges to...

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